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One of the most famous and sought-after types of cannabis, White Widow feminized cannabis seeds have a long history of selective breeding, which eventually produced a strain high in THC and resin content. Possessing 26% THC, White Widow is a hard-hitter that delivers a host of medical and recreational benefits desired by marijuana newcomers and aficionados alike. Regardless of your experience, start slow with this strain, and gradually work your way up.
White Widow is immediately recognizable by its almost entirely white appearance, the result of a very large amount of trichomes on the flowers and leaves, onto which a full-cover coating of resin develops. Thanks to this crystallized frosting, White Widow cannabis seeds grow up to offer deep relaxation in addition to a sativa-driven, euphoric high that lifts the mood to a blissful happiness.
When consumed, pine and citrus-scented White Widow causes almost instantaneous mental effects including more defined perception of sights and sounds. Early on, these sensations contribute to a burst of energy that makes you want to go and get things done, at least in your mind. After awhile, the sensations tend to mellow out into a light body stone. Powerful White Widow cannabis seeds are credited with treating anxiety, insomnia, cramps, chronic pain, migraines, and even Multiple Sclerosis and seizures. Recently, research has begun exploring the strain’s ability to help people suffering from the blood disease Hepatitis C, which can lead to liver conditions and even cancer.
White Widow cannabis seeds will generally deliver the best results when germinated and planted in an indoor, hydroponic environment, with or without soil, though with the right conditions, this hardy strain can resist mold and colder climates, for a decent showing out of doors. When grown inside, White Widow can deliver as much as 500 grams of harvestable flower per square meter, and it is important to remember all those resin-coated sugar leaves offer therapeutic benefits, as well. Allow for a flowering stage of eight to nine weeks, then enjoy your powerful results for all your medicinal or recreational needs.